Enforcement Of Non-Competition Agreements Through Injunctive Relief In Nevada

In the recent case of Shores v. Global Experience Specialists, Inc. (134 Nev. Adv. Op. 61), the Supreme Court of Nevada determined that the trial court improperly granted a preliminary injunction to enforce a non-compete agreement that was arguably unreasonable as to its geographic scope. Employee Landon Shores worked as a sales associate for Global Read More…

Nevada Supreme Court Holds That Striking A Prospective Juror Based Upon Sexual Orientation Is Impermissible

Recently, in Morgan v. State, the Nevada Supreme Court addressed whether sexual orientation should be recognized pursuant to the United States Supreme Court’s precedent of Batson v. Kentucky. In Batson, the U.S. Supreme Court held that striking prospective jurors based on race was a violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution. The reasoning of Batson Read More…

California Appellate Decision Highlights Heavy Burden On Property Owners To Keep Their Premises Safe

Individuals and entities that own or occupy property have a legal duty to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition.  To comply with this duty, those who control the property must inspect the premises or take other proper means to ascertain the condition of the property.  If a dangerous condition exists that would have Read More…